All current students planning to stay on campus for the summer live at Charles Landing. Students must complete the Summer 2016 Housing Application by May 1 on the housing portal at:
Students move into their summer apartment on June 1 and move to their fall assignment in August. Full details regarding summer housing are available on our website at:
Summer Experimental and Foundation Studies is a program for new transfer and graduate students. Students will be in housing beginning June 16 and ending at Noon on July 30.
This program is administered tby RISD Continuing Education. For details and information, please refer to:
These two-, three- or six-week programs are administered by RISD Continuing Education and run from June 27 - August 5 (check in is June 25, check-out is Aug. 6).
Summer Room and Board Rates
Information about the Summer Studies Program along with Housing and Dining fees may be found at:
2016 Summer Studies Program
How to Apply for Housing
After you have applied and been accepted to the program, the Residence Life Office will email details and instructions for applying for housing. To begin the process, all Pre-College and Summer Studies students must follow the directions and link sent via email.
SUMMER HOUSING POLICIES
We do not restrict roommate pairings based on sex, gender identity or gender expression. This means that any student can choose to live with one another, regardless of sex, gender identity or gender expression, in a shared room. However, the Residence Life Office will only honor a request mutually made by all parties. If you are interested in gender inclusive housing option we can provide you with a personal and confidential assessment of the available options. Please email Associate Director of Residence Life; Josh Peipock at email@example.com.
All summer students are required to have a meal plan during their stay. Students living in Traditional or Suite style rooms must have a Full Meal Plan. Students in Apartment style Housing may choose to have a five meal per week plan.
Students who have medical, psychological or disability related conditions may apply for a housing accommodation. The submitted request and supporting documentation are reviewed carefully on a case by case basis by the Medical Accommodation Committee. Documentation consists of a written evaluation by an appropriate professional (not a relative of the student) that explains the nature of the condition and why the condition results in a need for housing accommodation(s). Students must complete all forms in their entirety and submit them to the Residence Life office, each summer before the deadline of June 8th
or soon after identifying the need (based on date of diagnosis, change in status, etc.). Part of the committee's consideration is the written documentation by the treating professional. A follow‐up conversation with the student and the treating professional by a member of the Health Services and/or Counseling staff may be necessary in some instances. Residence Life and RISD cannot guarantee that students will be provided their preferred accommodation choices, but if a student's preferred choice is not granted RISD will provide equally effective alternatives subject to limitations as outlined in the Student Handbook or our wellness section
The forms can be found at the top of the sidebar on this page.
Long-term parking spaces at Charles Landing may be rented for $10 per day, $60 per
week or $300 for a six-week summer program. Rentals are arranged at the
Residence Life office at 30 Waterman St. You may call the office for details at 401-454-6650.